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BS: University of Montana, 1976
PhD: North Carolina State University, 1999
Postdoctoral: North Carolina State University
I conduct research on the genetic basis of adaptive evolution and complex trait variation, primarily in plants, using a combination of quantitative and developmental genetic approaches. Key interests include the genetics of life history evolution, including growth form and resource allocation trade-offs, using the rock cress Arabidopsis lyrata as an experimental organism. I teach undergraduate and graduate-level courses in genetics, evolution, and genomics.